3⁄4 oz Fernet Branca
3⁄4 oz Herbal liqueur, Green Chartreuse
3⁄4 oz Lime juice

Shake, strain, up.


Surprised this one wasn't already on KC.

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15 Romolo, San Francisco, CA.
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  • Dark and murky drink that is really enjoyable. Maraschino nose, sour start, herbal body and minty fresh finish, a really nice drink all in all. — ★★★★
  • Would have to do some A/B testing to determine if this or the similar Industry Sour wins. — ★★★★
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couldn't believe one could actually drink a concoction with this much sweet stuff in it.  It's an interesting combination of flavas, but not sure if it could be a regular.  However, I find that Fernet Branca-based cocktails are sort of growing on me...an odd flavor to start with, but quite soothing after a while.

This is a nice drink.  Over the weekend, I made a Fernetaboutit, Death is not the End, Corpse Defiler 666, Bitter Apricot, and a You Only Live Twice.  I was looking for ways to use Bonal Gentiane Quina, at first.  This drink is a good digestif, I will surely make it again.